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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 August 1900

r Hi 5 r w t I iV -In K - I I xvt J iW It if p CK 5 i X v f rea 2i l Jl - ii tf m - V 8 5e Colored mericaii Published bT THt CCLORED A21EKJCAJ lisnlng Company A 5ATI0SAL XEGEO XEWSPAPEB Pmb iHhed eTerx Saturday at 59 C St 2J W Washington D C 3DB3CRIPTION RATES One year Six months Three months CiVABIABIiY EN ADVANCE 2 00 110 60 enbscrlpUoDfi may De sent Dy postoiEce money order express or by registered letter All coiamantcanons for puolication shcold be accompanied with the name of the writer doI aecessartly lor publication bat as a gear ante e of rood faith We solicit news eontrlbntlocs aplnioa5 and In fact all matters affecting tbe race We will not pay for matter however asiet it is ordered by ns All matter Intended tor pub slcatAoamnst reach this office by Wednes day of each wee to Insure insertion in tbe curreat Issue - Agents are wanted eTerjvrnere Send or sistrocaons ADVERTISING RATES Btsadlog nottcea so easts per line Display adTeaHasanwnts 82 per sjoa man kj bisec tion Dfeocu...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 August 1900

AT WHITE SUPHUR SPRINGS Interesting Literary Meetings Activity on tiia Diamond Personal and General Mention White Sulphur Springs W Va Special The regular weekly meeting of the White S ilphur Literary Snoiety was held at the M E church Friday nteht having been postponed from Wednesday on account of rain Mr R B Barcus president was in the chair The following Interesting program was rendered Opening song opening pray 4 r address by vice president Clayton Brown eoloMr Olarence Lewis Music by instrumental quartet e Mr W F Brown leader Mpsr W ij Pogue Samuel Webb and Jrspph W Cox Star and Btripes Forevpr and The Blue and Gray recitation by Miss Maggie Pogue instrumental organ se Jpction Mr E M Syphax oration by Mr J T Brown recitation by Miss Ella Wiley Tnusio by instrumental qiisrtette My Hannah Lady and At a Georgia Camp Meeting read ing program for next meeting by the secretary Miss Lena M Whipps bene THE COLORED AMEEICAtf WASHINGTON D 0 caster Florrie J Learv fclattie B diction by Re...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 August 1900

w i I r m lip l I 1 Iaa 9iV f -IS 43 tV tS li 1 - r 1 3 iwm Ufo tl 4 hi Mil JJWfiJI B i i if ea - - i 4 aV J r l j Fli V - 2 2 a H58l JJ if II r -a -I J4 m xi1 10 A VOICE FROM MARYLAND Mr Francis B Livesey Says Washington is to the Negroes What McKinlsy is to the Whites and Calls for the Inaugcra lion of Practical Work on the Part ot the Race Mr Francis B Llvesey whose home 13 In the classic birg of Syfee Frille Md has been thinking seme thoughts of late He Is a frequent contributor to the correspondence page of the Wash tngton Post and although a white man he devotes moat of his mental and chi rographic efiorts toward the Eolution of the Negro problem Sometimes he Is pretty fair in his conclusions at many times he isnt But there are more white men than Francs B Live sey and though often mistaken we be lieve he is as honest as his lights will permit him to be Mr Livesey ha3 written a peize which appeared in several papera We give here a few striking paragraphs culled from various po...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 August 1900

THE GATE CITY NEWS An African Linguist and Scholar in Georgia Mission Work in the Dark Continent The Social World Col Pledger to 5eak Atlanta Ga Special Lait Monday morning Rav Dr M M Ponton Dean 0 Theology ot Morria Brown College and Mrs A W TJ pshaw a teacher in Alorria Blown College were happily married and left by the Southern Bill way for Washington and Atlantic City The contracting parties of this lovely couple are among Atlantas best they both are too well known to the public generally to need any comment We wish them a happy life and a safe re turn home Msj R J Henry Atlantas popular insurance man will spend a few days in Savannah Ga his old home this week Mrs Howard Pitts Mrs John T Bchell and Miss Dahy Fambro will leave the city this week for Asheville N 0 where they will spend the sum mer The ladles are the wives and daughter of our most popular and wealthy citiz9ns Mrs Pitta is exceed ingly popular Mies G B Douglass And Miss M E Brittan teachers in our public sohools are...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 August 1900

f fVTJCH PT r iK rH tf efKtf tt sfti m v -V I VLt fiw tf2 M -a I I v jv z In ft 1 1 TO 4 I w fir I H i 1 A VU lira 1 12 THE COVOSED AMEBLOm WASEm OTOlf ft 0 Virginia Union University WayiafiQ lie VBSlA7 A JsSttA Richmond MtSjyiyyig Sura MAGNIFICENT 3L7ILDIXGS OR GRANITE NewEquipmentFine Library Electric Liglit Steam Heat Commanding Location on Border ofRichmond Large Faculty of Enthusiastic and Able Professors Lectures by Distinguished Scholars Educators and Preachers COLLEGE DEPARTMENT Of High Grade Modern Broad Thorough with many Electives Courses leading to Degrees of Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science aad Bachelor of Literature THEOLOGICAL DEPARTflENT Baptist Conservative ScholarU with many electives with Hebrew and Greek Courses leading to Degree of Bach elor of Divinity and English courses leading to Degree of Bachelor of Theology Ministers Course for those who with little previous educa tion desire to fit themselves for the ministry ACADEMY DEPARTflENT Thorough and attracti...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 August 1900

It would be a difficult matter to furn ish space to publish from week to w ek the many letters of a compli mentary nature which come to The iored American It circulates every aliens and it is read by the Intelligent tanking people of the race So great is tne reputation which it haB achieved that the colored press as well as the Moed people generally look to it for guidance for conservative opinion and ror tne wnoie news of the race Prom time to time more space will be given in thie column to the great number of letters received The Colored American will be increased in size at a very early date and if it haB been good in the past it will be even better in the future Meantime those of its friends who wish It Buccess should contribute their mite If you are in arrears in your subscrip tion send it in if you have any news to print send It along if you have any thing to sell or if you wish to purchase anything advertise the same in The Colored American It reaches the peo ple everywhere A...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 August 1900

StCl fflL c l i h -vi f 3 JI3 f8 1 a i 13m v itl Vifik VHl a - 5 Jt P 14 FKE RELlGICUS EXFOUNDERS Local Republican Leaders Complain of Lack of Recognition Colored Scnools And Teachers Notes Columbus Ohio Srecial Farati cism of street preaching has struck tbis town and every everrng Sunday in cluded can te Eeen and beaid one of these expounders npon a prominent street corner Whether any gcod is being accomplished is a question some of their methods of proceedura are very objectionable to Christian people One of them has been landed in the State prison accused of forgery and another berates all the city ministers for not agreeing with their cult We have of ten heard and read that God is every where and kncws our thoughts but if you would hear one of these gospel ped lers prayins and quoting scripture you would Suppose that God had moved away from Columbus and that the translators of the Bible had left out sentences and phrases innumerable Columbus colored politicians say they have man...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 August 1900

EDUCATIONAL HOWARD UNIVERSITY Washington D C TiV distinct departments under one hundred oiupetent professors and instructors Theo K il Medical Legal College Pedagogical l r ratory Knglish Agriculture Industrial and Mi uil For information address -5 Kev J K Rankin D D XX D President Geo H Safford Secretary T pi E Getrgia State Industrial College Open to Both Sexes The tail term beginning Oelober 3rd 19C0 the Georgia Slate Industrial College win receive both young men and youLg wo men as boarders The entire expenses tor boaid wishing luel and lights will be 01 ly 3510 per month The locatlt n and suiroundlngs are healthful and elevating A nrtt clabs opportunity lor voung men and womrn to obtain a good literary and industrial education The tradesof Black smltning Wheelwrlahilng Carpentry Fainting Bricklaying and Shoempkli g will be taught the boys and the arts ot Sewing and CcoJiing v 111 be taught tie girls Boarding space Is limited ana those who wljh to come must apply early Uespecttu...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 August 1900

-jar A4 It 1 iaL m efl lflsii Sfvi K i s A f ft - IV I S - I ST- fi u 4J ii K i a - r w Sity Paragrapljs The Second Bajtiat Lyceam opeDs on the third Sunday in October Miss Norma L JKIdley of 333 Spruce street northwest expects toeperd to morrow in Baltimore Mrs Maria Young of 168310th street who has been Indisposed for the past two weeks is ccnvaleecing rapidly Miss Eosa BottB of this city left Tuesday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs y Eottp at Pine View Va When will the pupils of class No 4 of Metropolitan Baptist Sundayechooi give another entertainment Be still and learn Mrs John Jj Perkinscn and niece Miss May Mylee are visiting tbeii old home in Leonardstown Md where they will Bpend the heated term MisB Hattie Curtis is doing some ex pert work 8R stenographer and type writer at Freedmena Hospital Miss 1 HWI llll Jliliimjumuji m iin THE COIOBED SEEKiS WASHDHJTON B 0 - ii cj r xi mmiamaw - - Mice ana oossessin xne connucntc ui uic tuiuicu Vi rtinifltfw of the unnrincinled who to ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

VOL 8 NO 19 AH ELCQUENT PLEl Prof William H Councill Sizes Up the Great American Problem in a Most Tell mjj and Practical Deliverance at Union Springs Ala Complaint of the Negro Painted a Roseate Hue Golden Oppor tunities Now Ripe Prof W H Councill president of tbe Agricultural and Mtobanical College for Negroes at Normal delivered an able address on race conditions at Union Springe last wetk Among other things Piof Councill paid VtHOro IDFALS OF CIVIL BIGHTS Oar complaint of American prt judice is rot manly American prejudice plajB an important part in Negro op porlunity Never before in thehiBtory of any people Las prejudice had such high valuation InBtead of seeking ad mission Into placeB of amusement ileaBure and Instruction ran by whites for white people let tbe Negro open such places for his own accommodation and grow iich InBtead of knocking for admiet ion into white circles adorn beautify elevate enlarge Negro circles and find scope for our broadest and moBt lofty ambition Ev...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

I Ir ft FX N I i rlfl r -- x4 m ui j n J P jf t i Max Nordau in his Conventional ties of our Civilization says and with great truth The college graduate thinks himself of too much account to descend into and be lest in the lowest olass cf society by voluntarily assum ing the trade of a manual laborer and according to the ideas prevalent in society he is correct He demands of the world that he be supported as a master not support himself like a elave But the world does not always honor this demand as many struggling Negro college graduates can testify who ire living from hand to mouth hoping against hope for the coming of a better and a brighter day Continuing Nordau says But the world has only a limited demand for the kind of work which the college bred i TSE COLORED AXEBICK WASBmGTOK T 0 Bruce Grits Melange frWitbWQ4y1Qi99iito A gentleman from a Southern State called on me a short time ago and in the course of onr conversation which was a most interesting one he held his nose and m...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

IN THE V LAND OF BURNS osarrA ES J BOBBY Mrs Jese Lawsons Hearty Reception at Edinburgh Scotland Abiltly and Character Not Color the Measure of Mat kind An Ideal Representative of Afro America Speaks Ehquently on Temperance at a Leading Presbyterian Church The Convention of the Worlds Wom ens Christian Temperance Union had a series of very successful meetings at Edinburgh last month Mrs Jeese Lawson who attended as the represen tative ot the W C T U of America and who was presented by Lady Henry Homeieet had a most coidial reception from the Convention Lady Henry Somerset in a very neat and apprecia te speeoh expie3sed the pleasure she felt in welcoming and presenting to the Worlds Womens Convention one of her colored sisters from the U B A - - - v r 0 Mrs Lawson then delivered an ad mirable address in the course of which she paid a well deseived tributfi to Ed- I inburgh the modern Athene and to her hospitable people She expiessed gratitude to the Worlds Womens of ficers for having...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

B UW4 A 1 v i - as n i 18 stmSoSSA The Grandest of all Preparations for the Hair I THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HARTONA Matcliless and Positively Unequalled for Straightening- all Kinky Knotty Stubborn Harsh Curly Hair HARTONA will make the hair grow long soft and straight The use of one box of HARTONA will show immediate results Makes the hair grow on bald and thin places HARTONA cures Dandruff Baldness Falling Out of the Hair and all Scalp Diseases Eemember that HARTONA is the highest priced hair remedv on the market because it is the best Price 100 a box Don t allow your hair and face to be ruined by dangerous chemicals that are sold cheap to catch the ignorant and uneducated classes HARTONA is used by over 50000 people in every State in the Union HARTONA does not have to be used all the time as it straightens the hair and gives it fresh hie and lusfa e and the hair stays and grows naturallv straight after the use of HARTOA On bos of HARTONA can be used bv every one in the family Benefi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

SSiSEK A REVELATION IS SURGERY Continued from first page rhe was a dwarf twenty live years old and was but forty two inches tall it was soon seen by Dr Cartis that an operation was Indicated toave the life of the mother and unborn child Sj urgent were the conditions the sur geon could nob wait till morning for the delicate task ad preparations were begun at once for the difficult and dan serous procedure DR A M CURTIS At midnight Wednesday night un der the glare of the Welsbach lights and in the preaonco of a Bcore of phy sicians who had beon invited to be present Dr Curtis assisted by the bouse stall in seven minutes banded a 9 lbs baby to an assistant the peed lest performance of the Kind onrecord In epiteofthe unusual draft upon his nervous energy and the terrible re pjnsibility thrust upon him at a mo ments notice Dr Curtis never betray ed the least sign of excitement and was actually the coolest man on the prenr i c showing the attributes of the true physician a ready head and ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

a m Ml M i r LOOATING THE RESPONSIBILITY Prof Robert H Terrell Washington High Schools Brainy Principal Places the Blame for Southern Outrages Upon The Shoulders of Those Who Make the Sentiment of the Reaction Region Tri bute to the Negro Soldier Geneva N Y Times Prof B H Terrell of Washington in his address yesterday afternoon at the Smith Opera House made some timely remarks as to the treatment of the Kegro in the South and the laws which hae been enacted in opposition to the race He said In this connec tion Proscripion against him in the trades everywhere dishonest dis franchisement laws humiliating and insulting separate car statutes all are conceived adopted and executed for the purpose of degrading the Negro crushing out bis ambition and wound ing his self respect These laws are noi made for the idle vicious unkempt PROF ROBERT H TERRELL and unclean Negro for he has alwayB been held In subjection and unr er the control of white men hut they are made to insult and humiliate the...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

A WEST POINT OF OUR OWN Mr J C Cunningham Suggests a Feasible Place for Utilizing the Military Genius of Lieut Henry 0 Flipper How to Break Down the Excuse of Negro In experience When Army Commissions are Available Editor The Colored American -80 much has been said about the re In statement of Lieutenant Flipper until his name has become a household word with all raoe race loving Afro Amen cans But why should the leadiDg men of our race continue to remain on their knees bogging President McKinley and Congress to reinstate Lieutenant Flipper when it seem to be a part of their pltin duty to ignore the wishes of all Negroes It was Che color of Lieutenant Flip pers skin that played the greater part in getting him out and the color of his skin only iB going to keep him out Being out of the army Lieut Flip per is in a position to do the race much good Would not be a good move if the leaders of the race would get to gether and form some plan to use Lieutenant Filppei He knows much that the...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

i r t - - J I i 1 - BtTI 4 fr 1 -- i - m n 3le Colored uiericaii Pnblled br fHE Colored Amekicak Pnb Uablng Company Jl satiohal xegbo xewspapeb Pub luned every Saturday at i59 C St N W Washington D C SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year BIx months Three months INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE 52G9 110 60 Subscriptions may De sent by postolBo9 money order express or by registered letter AU commnnioaaoDs for publication stvanld be accompanied with the name of the write not aecesarlly tar publication txK as a guar ante e of geod faitb We solicit news eantrlbntlons apinne and in Cact all matters affecting tbe race V e will not pay for atter however naiesB it is entered by ns AU matter intended tor pnb icaca mnst reach this office by Wednes day of eacb week to insure insertion in 8be cnrrent Issue S- Agents are wanted eva wnere Send or fcirtructiora ADVBBTISmG BATES Reading notices a cants par line Oiaaff adverOsgjnaalB 2 per sqaare taao aor taser Uon Qfsseonfi xsaoe on tarjrc uwtamiatB Entered at toe Post ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

AN ELOQUENT PLE Continued from first page board of life write plug then go and take his place in the silent halls of jeatb No three hundred years of human history have presented such wonderful evolution as the three hun dred veara of Negro American history Four millions of industrious christians were evolved in the south from four million savages From four millions 0f penniless Negroes have evolved in orty years ten millions of citizens worth a billion dollars right in the land of their bondage From eight million white slaveholders have evolved fifteen million white tax payers who Bupport churches and schools -for their former slaves Thus while all the outside world dicnse98 lutiontheilriou8 old South goes on from one triumph to anolher in tho proces of evolution in thought and industry is nor work in life These are the needs which we must Ecatter along the wayside of life until thelaw of love shall reign supreme in all the land aud geutle peace shall come to abide forever in the Ne...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

K AMONG HEGRO PERFORMERS The A Rabbits Foot Comedy ompany bsgan rehearsal at Lakeview N J August 1 Among the promi n nt people engaged are Brandow and Arlington Billy Leonard Billy and Madrid Jackaon E W Picket Davis and Davis R H Barnett Ben Hunn and a score of others The show will open its season at Paterson N J August 20fcb The Black Patti Troubadours have opened their season James Harrwood magician died re cently at Cincinnati Ohio Billy McClaln and Mme Cordelia are meeting with ttreat success in Australia BLACK PATTI Will Hayden of the famous Black stone Quartette died recently at St Louis lo Earnest Hogan was on the roof at tho New York Roof Garden last week and went big E W Pickett the well Known vocal comedian is with Cbappellea A Babbits Foot Company U U Powell has published a new sentimental ballad entitled The Casket in the C ay It is selling well The True Reformers own a com modious opera house in Lynchburgi Va W 8 Woodson is manager ImiWt Cm BERT WILLIAMS Billy Miller t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 August 1900

Shreds rrwi Batavan a Negro ia said to have dis covered New Mexico F E Washington is inspector of cub loras at Pansaoola FJa Mobile has a shoe and department qtore owned and controlled by colored men Andrew Ferguson of Topefea Kas is a firstdass tila and marble setter making a salary of 21 per week A Negro P Uhisholm drew the de signs for the beautiful Christian En deavor Room of Q linn Chapel Chica go Colored mechanics ere allowed a chance in Kansas W T McKnight is laying stone on the new ardltion to the Post Office at Topeka H O Tanners Annunciation has been purchased in Philadelphia and presented to the Fairmount Park As sociation It hangs in the Memorial Building Do not visit the city with out Boeing it Kohala plantation owners are mak ing a trip through the Fouth in quest of Negro laborer They offer to pay the expenses to the Hawaihan Island and give 30 a month The deans of the theological depart ments ot Wilberforce Morris Brown and Allen were by the Conference placed upon the...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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